I received my Ph.D. in computer engineering from UC Santa Cruz in Fall 2016 and I now work at Intel developing the Xeon+FPGA platform.
My research focused on performance analysis and simulation methodology for early design space exploration. I helped with developing an open source microarchitecture simulator named ESESC, and assisted with projects focused on improving parallel programming and thermal simulation.
I was also a teaching assistant at UCSC and helped teach graduate classes in computer architecture, and undergraduate classes in networking, microprocessor system design, and computer architecture.
Section Based Program Analysis poster presented at PPoPP 2015.
I am the Web and Registration Chair for PPoPP 2015, which will be held in the San Francisco Bay Area on Feb. 7-11, 2015.
I am interning at Apple in Cupertino during the summer of 2014.